Notices tagged with android

  1. New # permission that can't be disabled http://qttr.at/1ze5 # !privacy 

    about a month ago from quitter.se Repeated by sulman
  2. New # permission that can't be disabled http://qttr.at/1ze5 # !privacy 

    about a month ago from quitter.se
  3. !lineageos beats Google to the punch, fixes #  WPA2 vulnerability in # http://qttr.at/1z3o !security 

    about a month ago from quitter.se
  4. Congrats to the # Free Software # team on the 6.0 update! This release more than doubles the number of supported devices and contains a few important fixes and improvements. https://u.fsf.org/2bh

    about 2 months ago from status.fsf.org at 42°21'30"N 71°3'35"W Repeated by hfaust
  5. Congrats to the # Free Software # team on the 6.0 update! This release more than doubles the number of supported devices and contains a few important fixes and improvements. https://u.fsf.org/2bh

    about 2 months ago from status.fsf.org at 42°21'30"N 71°3'35"W Repeated by csaurus
  6. Congrats to the # Free Software # team on the 6.0 update! This release more than doubles the number of supported devices and contains a few important fixes and improvements. https://u.fsf.org/2bh

    about 2 months ago from status.fsf.org at 42°21'30"N 71°3'35"W
  7. I think # does not has much space on PC. And people use PCs a lot on schools, universities, and workplaces...

    about 3 months ago from gs.kawa-kun.com
  8. Good to see how # is Bringing # Apps to # https://blog.grobox.de/2017/how-f-droid-is-bringing-apps-to-cuba/ Thanks to Torsten for the interesting writeup!

    about 5 months ago from gnusocial.ch
  9. anybody got an # emulator for # / # that they can recommend?

    about 5 months ago from gs.kawa-kun.com
  10. open mobile hardware

    what if we just drop the baseband/cell stuff and swap it for mesh networking protocols? it might even be possible to create software for #android phones that lets them connect to the #mesh. there are lots of options to replace sms (#matrix #xmpp &c.) and it would be pretty easy to create bridges to these legacy systems.

    about 6 months ago from sunshinegardens.org Repeated by dtluna
  11. open mobile hardware

    what if we just drop the baseband/cell stuff and swap it for mesh networking protocols? it might even be possible to create software for #android phones that lets them connect to the #mesh. there are lots of options to replace sms (#matrix #xmpp &c.) and it would be pretty easy to create bridges to these legacy systems.

    about 6 months ago from sunshinegardens.org
  12. #android sans #linux soon? http://www.zdnet.com/article/googles-no-linux-fuchsia-now-you-can-see-what-the-new-os-looks-like/ http://bgr.com/2017/05/09/google-fuchsia-os-leaked-images/ hopefully not.

    about 7 months ago from joindiaspora.com Repeated by dolus
  13. #android sans #linux soon? http://www.zdnet.com/article/googles-no-linux-fuchsia-now-you-can-see-what-the-new-os-looks-like/ http://bgr.com/2017/05/09/google-fuchsia-os-leaked-images/ hopefully not.

    about 7 months ago from joindiaspora.com
  14. A new UX 6 years in the making F-Droid has been a part of the Android ecosystem for over 6 years now. Since then, over 2000 apps have been built for the main repository, many great features have been added , the client has been translated into over 40 different languages, and much more. However, the F-Droid UX has never changed much from the original three tab layout :   This will change with the upcoming release of F-Droid client v0.103. Over the past 6 months, the F-Droid team has been busy redesigning a modern UX which will help bring F-Droid into the present. Some of the big ticket items include: Screenshots and feature graphics Bulk download and install Ability to translate apps metadata Improved notifications for downloads and pending updates            In addition, we have been redesigning some of the smaller, but equally as important parts of the app, such as better support for visually impaired users who make use of tools such as

    about 7 months ago from pod.geraspora.de Repeated by dtluna
  15. 234 # Applications Are Currently Using Ultrasonic Beacons to # Users http://qttr.at/1tef !privacy 

    about 7 months ago from quitter.se
  16. A new UX 6 years in the making F-Droid has been a part of the Android ecosystem for over 6 years now. Since then, over 2000 apps have been built for the main repository, many great features have been added , the client has been translated into over 40 different languages, and much more. However, the F-Droid UX has never changed much from the original three tab layout :   This will change with the upcoming release of F-Droid client v0.103. Over the past 6 months, the F-Droid team has been busy redesigning a modern UX which will help bring F-Droid into the present. Some of the big ticket items include: Screenshots and feature graphics Bulk download and install Ability to translate apps metadata Improved notifications for downloads and pending updates            In addition, we have been redesigning some of the smaller, but equally as important parts of the app, such as better support for visually impaired users who make use of tools such as

    about 7 months ago from pod.geraspora.de
  17. Great news! # now supports # \o/

    !fediverse #

    about 7 months ago from gnusocial.no Repeated by expatpaul
  18. Great news! # now supports # \o/

    !fediverse #

    about 7 months ago from gnusocial.no
  19. Weird, seems that # certs are not being reconized by # browsers. Anybody else seeing this?

    about 8 months ago from gs.kawa-kun.com
  20. The more I use the KISS Launcher, the more I'm loving it. It has become the default Launcher on my # phone http://kisslauncher.com/

    about 8 months ago from community.highlandarrow.com in context Repeated by internetturtle
  21. The more I use the KISS Launcher, the more I'm loving it. It has become the default Launcher on my # phone http://kisslauncher.com/

    about 8 months ago from community.highlandarrow.com in context
  22. If you know of an e-reader app for # that handles college textbooks (including whatever TUR* they may use), please speak up. I'll send them a list of suggestions.

    * TUR → technical use restrictions (often euphemized as "digital rights management" or DRM): technologies that restrict how the purchaser can use the files or media they bought.

    about 8 months ago from nu.federati.net in context Repeated by kzimmermann
  23. If you know of an e-reader app for # that handles college textbooks (including whatever TUR* they may use), please speak up. I'll send them a list of suggestions.

    * TUR → technical use restrictions (often euphemized as "digital rights management" or DRM): technologies that restrict how the purchaser can use the files or media they bought.

    about 8 months ago from nu.federati.net in context
  24. anybody got an # emulator for # / # that they can recommend?

    about 8 months ago from gs.kawa-kun.com
  25. Today I want to thank all # Hackers which enable me to read & write GnuPG/MIME encrypted mails on # since a few months! # https://io.schiessle.org/url/30741

    about 9 months ago from io.schiessle.org Repeated by karmagems
  26. Today I want to thank all # Hackers which enable me to read & write GnuPG/MIME encrypted mails on # since a few months! # https://io.schiessle.org/url/30741

    about 9 months ago from io.schiessle.org Repeated by ghostdancer
  27. Today I want to thank all # Hackers which enable me to read & write GnuPG/MIME encrypted mails on # since a few months! # https://io.schiessle.org/url/30741

    about 9 months ago from io.schiessle.org Repeated by strypey
  28. Today I want to thank all # Hackers which enable me to read & write GnuPG/MIME encrypted mails on # since a few months! # https://io.schiessle.org/url/30741

    about 9 months ago from io.schiessle.org
  29. @tregeagle I'm still recalibrating my device mix since inheriting #'s old # phone. MP3 player is gone (& I no longer have to transcode OGG files!). Little bit of reading = phone. Lot of reading and/or little bit of typing = # Lot of typing = desktop.

    about 10 months ago from microblog.ourcoffs.org.au
  30. !TIL the 3rd on-screen button on # is called the "Overview" button. Double-tapping it flips between your current and previous app

    about 10 months ago from sn.chromic.org at 45°25'15"N 75°41'24"W

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